Pierre-Emile Højbjerg

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ShutUpPatrik

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Now I'm a big fat dynamo!
Is it really great that they come back early after a summer of international football preceeded by an intense, compact, season of club football? Wasn't PEH looking knackered by the end of last season?
Depends on how early. Based on Alasdair's report it seems more like he's back a couple of days early rather than a couple of weeks.
 
Loved the little extract of him telling Arteta to get back in his box, the look of fear was a joy to behold:)
Very quickly moved back to his little box after being confronted didn't he? :nunoteeth:

Loved that Pierre didn't even have to get mouthy with him, just walked him back to where he should be and gave him a stern look.
 
Is it really great that they come back early after a summer of international football preceeded by an intense, compact, season of club football? Wasn't PEH looking knackered by the end of last season?

"Coming back early" means staying in 5* accommodation with world class facilities and staff who specialise in nutrition, fitness and mental well-being .... all that whilst being paid 80k a week to be there ...

Think I'd "come back early" every time .................
 

Rocket

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"Coming back early" means staying in 5* accommodation with world class facilities and staff who specialise in nutrition, fitness and mental well-being .... all that whilst being paid 80k a week to be there ...

Think I'd "come back early" every time .................
To run your bollocks off until you puke, rather than lay in bed with your gorgeous new wife.

ok then.
 
Hojbjerg: “When I’m 35 or 38 I can stop. Until then, I’ll push myself to the limit” | Tottenham Hotspur

“I’m very excited,” he said. “I feel well physically and mentally and again, I truly believe this is a way of living. When I’m 35 or 38 I can stop. Until then, I’ll push myself to the limit and give my all.

“The Club know it, my team-mates know it and every day I will try to give my best. This is who I am. I really want to keep improving, keep learning and I feel the environment we have now is perfect to keep growing as a person and as a footballer. We keep pushing, I keep pushing, and let’s hope for some more glory.”
 
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